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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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YOU II- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA MONDAY. .JUNE S4, 19O7.
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, GEORGIA PROHIBITIONS WHAT WOULD OUR STATESMEN DO WITHOUT HA
BAPTIST CONYEKTKi
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THEY WILL HEAD THE FIGHT

! FOR THAT STAT}:. FIRST EXTRA SESSION OF CONVENTION -

i FOR FLA. BAPTIST

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:jut ANTI SALOON LEAGUE ,' / j
ATO TO
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t a cn 1 1d l AS TO CO11EGE .


0;Prf'Ildmt of This Organization On

; the Ground to Head the Campaign t Call to Meet July 34th to Take ActionOn

<- Before the Legislature Proposition Offered by

Lake City

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Atlanta Ga., June 23.-Dr. George

\V. Young. assistant national superintendent Ocala Fla., June 23.-The Bap-

of the Anti-Saloon League tist convention has been' called to

arrived in Atlanta yesterday for the TN meet In eitra cession at Lake City

purpose of.taking the lead In the fight July 24 The occasion will be lor

for prohibition that is to be made be- the convention to decide whether or

fore the State Legislature.The not It will found and maintain a stat

Anti-Saloon League forces of Baptist collegp at Lak City. The

Georgia are preparing a petition for buildings and grounds of the old state
university have been offered to the
prohibition to which they hope to
convention together with $150,000 in
have 500,000 names signed. Armed cash.

with this petition..Dr. Young Intends This is the fltst time the state convention r
before the Legislature and ask-
going has been cabled: to. meet In-
ing that the sale of all liquors within extra session. The basis of representation *

i the bounds of the state be declared, is two delegates for every "j.

i illegal church and one additional delegatefor _
Dr. Young was recently promoted
every twenty-five
1 members overt ;
state superintendent of Ken- r
; from 100. i
i tacky to assistant general superintendent -

[ of the entire country. CRAZED WITH DRINK. j

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Negro's Marvelous Escape. !An Italian Shoots Up Railroad Coach._ %j

*A freight train on the South, Georgia Committing Murder.

: *: West Coast road was wreckedtwo I ear c uSt e+ 1 Denver CoL. June 22.-In a shoot- 'I

or three miles this side of Sir- Ing affray that occurred In a. chair:

mini Fla...Monday. Five cars, were car of passenger train No. 5 westbound t

bade torn up. but no one was injured. oo the Chicago, Rock Island 1 if
-Webater' Chicago lnt r Ocean.
As the cars left the track one 'n' ___ and Pacific Railroad late last night ..
ef them was thrown on top of another. between Dresden and Selden. In Western

A colored employe was in the car TO FENCE OUT YELLOW FEVER. HELD UNDER f4OOO BOND. UNVEILED STATUE TO BAYARD., Kansas, T. B. Topp -of Minnea- -!

first mentioned and those on the train I polls Minn., was killed and Mrs. ;
..
rubed back expecting to find him a Great Drainage Work Now In Progress T. S, and Horace Brannan Have Preliminary -Great Concourse Gathered at Wilmington Morris Olsen and her sister Mrs. i"

i singled corpse. However, the force Trial and Held for I W Pay Tribute. Harry Blakesle both of Arraba CoLt '-f fC'T
In New Orleans.
. with which the cars collided threw Grand Jurye. I were wounded. -1

open the door of the car he was in I New York June 22.-Albert God- Wilmington Del.. June 2-ln the The shots'were fired by: John Bells j
On Saturday the preliminary examination 1 presence of fully 10,000 the
him in the chaux New persons an Italian barber route from floe'a
s ad landed a pond near president o fthe Orleans en
ti ack uninjured. Those who witnes- Progressive union an'organization of of T. S. and Horace Bran- ceremonies attendant upon the unveiling ton to San Francisco, who had boarded .1;
of the memorial statue to Hon.
se tf it say that it was a most remark- business men. has arrived in this city n'an was heard before Judge Couner I the train at Chicago Thursday "
Thomas F. Bayard, former United
e toe escape. and tells of plans which he says will and they were bound over to await. night. 4
States Senator former Secretary of
1)e passenger train was considerably result in fifty thousand acres being the action of the grand jury. The Five shots were fired in succession ..
State and first ambassador of the
delayed by the :wreck, not ar- added to the area of New Orleans in by Bells i* he walked through the
bond was fixed by the judge at United States to the court of St.
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Iring at Perry until about midnightAdel the near future. Mr. Godehaux says aisle from the front to the rear of '
1.000 each, which was readily James, took place this afternoon in the car. taking aim at one ..
News.LUMBER that what is known as the West End passenger ;
furnished by the defendants. Rockford Park.Addresses .
of New Orleans formerly an unhealthy after another. The first shot struck

1B PLANT DESTROYED. swamp Is now being drained The charge against the defendantsis were made by J. Harvey Mrs. Olsen on the left side of the .

murder in the first degree And face, the bullet passing through the
and will soon be in a condition as Whiteman. president of the Bayard

!It Low of About $40OOO-Another healthful as any* part of the city. the crime is for killing a negro Jim Memorial Association and Judge jaws.Mrs. '

Destructive Fire Has Visited "Yellow fever shall be a thing of Hill, which occurred in the Clayland George Gray of the United States Olsen's sister Mrs. Harry

settlement on June 16th. Court. Former President Grover Blakesley sitting opposite her was 1
Valdosta the past owing to this land reclaim-

ing scheme" said Mr. Godehaux,f Cleveland who was to have partici- hit in the right shoulder with the ,

:Valdosta, Ga. June 22.-Valdosta when seen last night at the Waldorf- Search for Lost Florida Boy. pated in the exercises was not able second bullet. Their wounds are not '
..rutted by another destructive firetrening fatal.
itldt
Astoria.Mr. I (Times-Union 23rd.) to be present by reason of his illness 'f
II'' when Bells' third bullet
the lumber plant passed through
Godchaux says that the city but he had prepared his address andit
M plating mill of the WIsenbaker 1 Leaving the home of his parents at Topp's heart.
in was read by Prof. John Bassett
proposes to build a sea wall Pont-
Youmans, Fla. to seek
employmentin
ber Company were destroyed. Charles A. GHHat of Denver and
chartrain Lake and fill in the hol- Moore or Columbia University who e
lie loaa is I4Q.OOO to $45,000 and a machine shop in Jacksonville, D. R. Slawson of Pueblo Col., closed 1
low square with sand thus formingnew was an assistant secretary of state
bwurtnce about 15000. Besides E. W. Lowrey, a young white man is In on Bells and wrenched the revolver
Panama under Mr. Bayard. Prof. Moore also
"nimble machinery about one ground upon which a missing, and his father is now in the I from his hand, but not before two
canal exposition will be held. The read a poem.
*i I half million feet of lumber was city using every means to locate his more shots had been fired neitherof
wall, which will be of stone will run ] There was an invocation by Bishop
F*ae grounds and was mostly con- boy whom he believes is ill, some- which took effect. Bells then drewa
out into the lake for half a mile and Coleman of the Protestant Episcopal
where.W. .
razor and with this he fought des-
'tdt I the width of the space to bg"filled A. Lowrey, the father arrivedin diocese of Delaware and the benediction perately. A negro poster, armed with
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in will be one mile. was by the Rev. William F.
f ,
Jacksonville
yesterday morning
bIII.Jt PHYSICIAN SUICIDE. a billy finally succeeded in knockingthe
. and after taking in the various hospitals Dickens Lewis of he_ Presbyterian razor out of the Italian's hands

w'1 b.a I A SID ACCIDENT. in search of his boy appealedto Church this city. President Roose- and Bells was seized and bound.
. ptted That He velt sent letter regretting his inability -
a
Could> Not Succeed assist in his
him
j It the police to The train crew stayed out of the
. .. tr- I* His Profession. the matter to to be present and was repre-
--- Davis Accidentally Kills Himself search. In reporting car while the disturbance was in pro-
Hugh
sented at the exercises by Hon. OscarS.
&ttadelphia June 22.-Fearing the police he left a photograph of the gress.
While Out Hunting.The Straus Scretary of Commerce and
*ato sot succeed in his chosen young man, in hopes that it would At Goodland. Kan., Bells was re-

J*oa. Dr. Henry S. Hutchinson, distressing news was receivedin aid them in the search. Labor. The weather was ideal bar- moved 'from the train and locked up

, L' *Prominent citizen of this this city late Saturday afternoon The young man left his home two ring the heat, and the occasion was in jaiL Bells' wife said he had been

j t emitted suicide In a field at that Hugh Davis, son of J. E. Davis, weeks ago and after searching for one of the most interesting in which drinking vermouth all day. About 8
ilat the of Delaware ever parti-
i ** Pa.. near here by cutting, of this city had accidentally shot work several days wrote to his father people o'clock they fell asleep. At 10:30

t t with a razor. The bodytodayt himself while out hunting near Mayo. that he was Ill and needed money. cipated. Bells awoke and began to protest

and it is believed His father went at once to the scene I I The money was sent to him through President Roosevelt's letter to wildly that some one was trying to

-J tte4 the deed a day or two of the accident and brought homebody tnt- general oeJiver o(the pcstoHice Judge Gray follows: rob him. Then he rushed up the

.::_ affectionate letter addres- of his son. It.seems that while,I but as the parents heard nothing "The White House Washington aisle and began shooting.For .

".Ms bother was found near the out hunting with a companion they I more from him, the father came to June 15.-My' Dear Judge Gray: MayI

struck at through you express to the committee years past the who
found a snake and the boy the city. spongers

hUeved that Dr. Hutchlnson. the snake with the breech of his gun I I Mr. Lowrey said that he had called of the Bayard Memorial Associa- sail out of Key West have told of a /

"lowing the poison cut his causing its discharge, the entire load at the postoffice and the letter for tion my sincere regret that I am not spring of fresh water which boiled A ;
,
eke sure of his death. entering his heart and killing him In- i his boy containing the money, was able to be present at the unveiling up on Pine Key which Is about
of the statute to }Ir. Bayard! I had twenty-five miles this side of Key
*M about 35 stantly.His still there.
sl.1 l taT11800 years the good: fortune to know him personally West. Now the report comes here
was graduated from Har- body was brought to his father's The father is deeply worried about
so that my appreciation of what that the Florida East Coast railway
from the medical depart- here and this morning the Inter- the young man, and any informationthat
of
his stainless purity and integrity works on Pine Key are being supplied -
will be
-c University Peacock the old be furnished him
of ment took place at can
Pennsyl-
is
life
character meant in public with water from the spring i
home of :Mr. Davis. The funeral ser- gladly received.
I wishit
based on personal knowledge. and it is possible that the supply can
vice held by Rev. Ridley and '
was were in my power to be present be developed enough to furnish water '
eans Undertaker Potsdamer had the fun- A wagon leaves Suwannee Springs
Meeting. with you and add my tribute to the for all purposes on that end of the
in charge. week day for Live Oak, carrying
arrangements
meeting Camp eral every water bottled and corkedat tributes which will be paid to his me- extension. This if true. Is one of the

The many friends and. acquain- spring mory. most important features of the extension -
ma U a V.. in the in the spring in the morning, thus
will join
tances of the deceased,
"With high regards believe me, works and will greatly assist -
and
u uve Oak, Fla.. July deepest sympathy for the parents and retaining all its natural gases only 10 sincerely yours Theodore Roosevelt the construction of the line which
Vlklck a- m. A full at- sudden shock and b*> delivered to consumers for ;
family in the F. L. "Hon. George Gray. Wilmington has been handicapped by lack of wa-
to
-- eatly requested. reavement of the untimely death_ of cents per gallon. Apply ter.-Miami Record.
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One Is Permaaesst. Nature Fakir: After a woman has been married: Happiness is often only the abilityto A. Smith. C. E. Waldea-S

"It's remarkable how often a woman Knicker Jones says be saw pink awhile she finds it hard to under- keep from- paying any attentionto Newsome. :Y-

e changes her mind. rats last nightBockerNonsense stand why she chose that particular : what other people tell you. Taft Whitehead the

"Oh, not always. There's one Idea ; don't let the. husband. who was killed had bees;

1 every woman gets that she never president hear of It.-New York Sun. 'I When you feel the need of a pill at the car works abort tIs+se i
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changes. I -A man who is In perfect health so take a DeWitt Little Early Riser. He came here from Surfer

-What's that!" Will Core Consumption. -I he can do an honest day's'work when Sold by City "Pharmacy. d'A his father resides. Be Q

The Idea that she's pretty."- A. A. Herren. Finch. Ark., writes: necessary has much for which he of the young man's deIA1
-' Catholic Standard. "Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best ly after the addent ; 1
Mother
Happy
should be thankful.
Mr. L. C. Rodgers -
preparation for coughs colds and When the Umber featte*
f Don't* lung trouble. I know that It has of Branchton Pa., writes that will see tnat her baby Is properly working beside the pile*|

Don't let your child suffer with cured consumption In the first stage." he was not only unable to work but cared for-to do this a good purgative eight or ten feet high. to=f
Ballard's Horehound Syrup a sure You never heard of any one using he couldn't i rfffc
stoop over to tie his own Is necessary. Many babies suffer ner they loosened ODe
cure for Coughs, Bronchitis Influenza. I Foley's Honey and Tar and not being sad 1&
shoes. Six bottles of Foley's Kidney from worms and their mothers supporting the pile
Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. l.at..lafled. City Pharmacy. dw underneatk.
them
Cure made a new man of him. He don't know It-If burying
Buy a bottle and try it- B. B. Laughter. your baby is fever _.-Zv*
= : Byhalia, Miss., writes: "I hare I Reason Plain.HusbandMy says. "Success to Foley's Kidney ish and doesn't sleep at nights It Is UNIVERSAL TW( I5Tjt!

two children who bad croup. I tried j i i dear Emily, why Is Cure." City Pharmacy dw* troubled with worms. White's Cream
many different remedies but I must it I am always in the wrong?
Vermifuge will clean 0. & I
I out these To Be Put In Effect:
say your Horehound Syrup Is the best Wife-Because I am always In the When a woman tells you she isn't .
worms In a mild pleasant Once In the CooffJ.Chicago. _
way.
i .,.. Croup and Cough medicine I ever i right.-Philadelphia Inquirer. i as pretty as a certain other it is a
used. Sold by Saw an nee Drug Company 1 sign she thinks she is prettier.If tried always used. Give it a trial. June 2Z--na-1!

e dw Cured Hemorrhages of the Lung* ]! Price 25 cents. Sold: by Suwannee statement Is made here .

"Several years since my lungs were: you will make Inquiry It will be Drug Co. dw 2-cent railroad far will lie]

-Not So \"7. so badly affected that Ihad many ja I revelation to you how many suc- force by every road te *P 11

The young man who calls on your hemorrhages" writes A. M. Ake of I cumb to kidney or bladder troubles The first step toward accomplishing States commencing JolJ fc

daughter i. rather slowgolng isn't Wood Ind. "I took treatment with Hi one form or another. If the pa-' any object is to realize that you nouncement is made &T *"
, he?" several physicians without any benefit -Itient Is not beyond medical aid Fo- have to do it. Ocean today: and that!&?**
**>ope; when he hears me on the : I then started to take Foley J ley's Kidney Cure will cure. It never ly asserts that this step won .

stairs he goes Uke a sprinter."-Houston | Honey and Tar and my lungs are[disappoints. City Pharmacy dw Notice for Bids for the Erection of the date named aD4.."j*?
Post : now as sound as a bullet I recommend road in the United St ta
: it In advanced stages of lung You can coax the average man to % City Hall. the movement either bY W
lie Fired the Stick. j trouble." Foley's Honey and Tar do something a whole lot quicker The Bond Trustees of the City of through compulsion. T *"

"I have fired the walking-stick I've and prevents serious results from a than you can drive him to it. Live Oak. Florida will on the first will be abolished sad the Y J

carried over 40 years on account of a 1!cold. Refuse substitutes. City Phar1 day of July. 1907. receive sealed bids sal rate of 2 cents a nul"{

sore that resisted every kind of treatment 1 1 macy dw* I For scratches burns, cuts insect for the erection of a City Hall in place as the result of **|
until I tried Bucklen's Arnica bites and the many tittle hurts common said city. held in this city yesterft
Salve. that has healed the sore and Nesr-Sighted. i to every family use DeWitt'sCarbonized road men. 1|
made me a happy man" writes John Ella-I have seen.twenty-two summers Witch Hazel Salve. Sol dfile Plans and specifications now on The paper says tJIe *S.
Garrett. of North Mills N C. Guar- i I by City Pharmacy. d. .with said Trustees. reached yesterday aim *$'

anteed for Piles. Burns etc.. by Barclay Stella-I wish I was as near-sight I Reserving the right to reject any heated discussion of the:

& Groover druggists. 25c. dw* I led as you are.-Illustrated Bits. There would be less trouble In this and all bids. the leading presidents (* -

i world If men would learn the dangerof transcontinental tai '
When a man talks to himself, the Remarkable Rescue. I having confidants. M. U BIIR'ETT, and The Inter-Ocean sa.ft -

d n't.baTe. any denials to make a That truth is stranger than fiction Chairman Board of Bond Trustees, not taken as a result or*

little later. has once more been demonstrated in DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills City of Live Oak, Florida. mutual agreement it
are unequaled for tile
Backache of
the little town of Fedora, Tenn, the weak the same for two
A Lesson in Health kidneys Inflammation of the bladderand UNDER FALLING LUMBER. transcontin!Dta1 .
residence of C. V. He writes doing a
Pepper.
Healthy kidneys filter the Impuri- all urinary troubles. A week's to have served II .
ties from the blood and unless they "I was In bed, entirely disabled with treatment for 25 cents. Sold by City One Killed; Four Injured in reported others that **** -
the
Way- to
do this good health is Imposalble.Foley' hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Pharmacy. d. effect ifl1U
Kidney Cure makes sound cross. new rate Into
Doctors failed to help me, and all that all w "
kidney and bladder disease It When a woman wants to get Waycross, Ga., June 2-\s this means 2
had fled when I began even a movement
hope takingDr. ,
Li into the
strengthen the result of
whole system. City with another woman, she pities the the"falling of a pile of lum
Pharmacy. dw I King's New Discovery. Then Instant other woman's husband ber at the South Atlantic Car and After the meeting of ?-

relief came. The coughing Manufacturing Company's al of the presidents
works this ,
To Gauge Riches. soon ceased; the bleeding diminished There is no case of indigestion no morning, one man was killed and speaking of the matter rorcel -
"How much money really has he?" matter how four others slightly railroads had been
rapidly, and In three weeks I was obstinate that will not Injured. thiS *
"I don't know. What U his at- able V> go to work." Guaranteedcure be speedily relieved by the use of Ko- years Tart Whitehead, a young man 18 public nnh.i.- -* ao!
titude toward the law?" dol. Kodol contains the old. was pinned between that there would
same Juices a sill
for coughs and colds. 50c and ranroad'
"'\'hat do you mean?" lound In a healthy stomach. Con which was lying crossways on the made by the adOPte4.E.
"Does he evade defy or Ignore it?" $1.00 at Barclay & Groover drug forms to the Pure Food and' Drug ground and the heavy timbers which cent law alreadY roadS-

-Washington Herald. store. Trial bottle free. dw Law. Sold by City Pharmacy d* fell and was crushed to death In- states and that the _' :
WAn &
stantly. The other men were buried accept the inevit

One consolation in life Is that a The less a man knows about a No man ever yet convinced his under the timber and had to be ex .;

r man In time can get used to almost thing, the more able be thinks mother-in-law that he was capable ol jured.tricated but none were seriously In enemy is not*# -

anything. self to give advice about it. planning for his own family. as false friends
s Those Injured were Frank Brewer. fight begins.

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TO PBSVKXT COLLISIONS. ORDINANCE
NO. 50. STATE NORMAL IX PROGRESS. "
An Ordinance to provide a method for FLORIDA RAILWAY

.Atlanta 3Ian Ha Found Way to the "discovery of the Illicit sale of Session Eight Weeks and 25O Pupils SCBED1JLE-:

lake Train Collisions Impossible Intoxicating liquors within the cor- Expected to EnrolL CONNECtS WlTI ALL TRAINS ON S. A. I. aT..NB. Lt c. I. $T. AT uV OAL -

t (Atlanta Journal.) porate (Gainesville Sun 21st.)
limits
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of the City of Live DOWK. CEII'I'W.AL TnQ kiss eris
Considerable interest has been Oak Florida The State Normal which opened
to
aroused by the Invention of Dr. M. punish false under such favorable conditions at .s Na.L a Na L No.
KiI
of Atlanta who has perfected swearing therein and to arrest the the Gainesville Graded and Mail Mal
Born High
A. Oys :: t Anorrs.Snniv. Li
which will make headendor render making such illicit School -
a device sale. building Monday morning, and 1M F.
rear-end collisions Impossible Be It ordained by the Mayor and at which there was present a most en- SsaiasT -
trains and thus effect a saying couraging
City attendance
railroad Council of the consideringthe
City of Lire I
of life and property well-nigh Incalculable. Florida Oak.I first or opening day still increases a0 s m 'lOp.L Li.s O&k-------- .. N b0 a a N p s

In point of number and the Indications Tao a m 'Up L. par 0 aQa I25)r
It Is said that a company has already Section 1. Whoever within the are that before the end of a05. .. 354p' 5tc.r-- 14Sift

been formed for placing these corporate limits of the City of Live the present week there will be a s m NpmL" fa 5, SOOpra1S
on the market and If they areas Oak. heavy enrollment ;: !oa 44Sar
devices Florida shall be found In I sa s 4 18 pLY. ._4 .
any ------ a1S 1S
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successful as they are representedto Principal Dr. W. F. Yocum whoIs :: s t4SprI
public
In place in a state of Intoxication dean 40 a m 41'p.b -WihDartL---- .: .
be they will soon be use on every of the University of the Stateof -- -- .lioo. a m p r
or boisterojs 160. m y wiz-rt. _... -
railroad train in the country. or In any way Florida feels very much encour-
Ar___Lnrasiif.. ...!.. :._
under .10.
Even the most recalcitrant and Indif- the influence of aged, and believes that the enroll- m -
intoxicating: .30 a m L. -Lara'ri a.La .-__
ferent railroad system It seems liquor so that he or she does not ment before two weeks will have .50 a1000am.. .____ ..._
to adopt this signal elapsed will ""'
refuse exceed two
would not hundred witha
behave In 4mpmL z'.. .
a natural a'tbTar
device which simple aa it Is, would taanner, shall be possible maximum before the closeof wthes 4lapr
taken in charge Marshal 1018. m 4 It p m LV --sulEv--.__.----r Ilia
by the the
*> absolutely prevent collisions. or term, which will consume soar
The principle of Dr. Born's Invention any policeman of the City of Live eight weeks, of two hundred and 1020 a m 410.m LY -Nwgod.--i. L Y. f U a taTpo

Is simply the application of a Oak Florida, and detained In custody fifty.Dr. 10 ao a m .40p.Ar.__ -Yaya.---.L.. IUa
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electrical current to Yocum and his m L. .._. .. rios0am
continuous the until sober and shall then be taken force which Is 11040. ,
steel rails of the railroad. The first before the one of the most competent that could i b ---A1tGL- Y Y.
Mayor In ..
order
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that he or 10 65 Y U1GD. ._
difficulty with which the young inventor she be have been gotten together In the UnG5.1ft
may required to disclose from __
I Ar'-l ..
State -
had to contend was to governthe went Immediately to hard ";
whom he ...
or she purchased such ; LY__ .
distance to which the current was Intoxicating work with the result that the systemwas us. m 4 4Y p m a.6a 'l'Ia a 40 a rUN

to be projected along the track but Section 2.liquor. organized and In excellent work- a m 4alpmtT "-"II r.m- a'a m a. prii

when he first learned of the use When such person is Ing order before the closing of the IS a m Clip., Y-......__.&u Y Y. S II a au.
brought before the r
Mayor
the
of the theostadt for said first day.
which was made n46..510pLY- '" _--LY
Mayor shall require him aii SOSa = 4spr14a
determining Just how far from a or her to The students many of whom are Ly tij.. \ ...Lv
testify under 5 11 m S 00
oath p a
as to where I sa
point was the break In an when no strangers here, are delighted with p rNam
given ocean cable, he saw that there he had and from whom he or she purchasedsuch the faculty. Gainesville, and their sur- 527p.L. 1r i.0 '- Yy. suam l28p

the very Instrument he needed. Intoxicating liquor and upon his roundings generally, and have madea 11. a iiSps.L __-, ? -_...L i46am i11pru

By setting the theostadt so as to or her refusing to testify at all. or united resolution to make this one a a 50paLY _.....-LY. a. 115.r

project the current one mile for example upon his or her testifying in such a of the most successful normal schol- IM r l60p m Ar --Peft7__ _..---1. alO.-l21.
two engines, that were approaching manner as to lead the Mayor to believe astic years the State has ever enjoyed. m

each other on the same that his or her testimony Is Teachers Were Entertained ':'!:

track would signal to one another evasive or false the Mayor after The first function of the term (a) Telegna-a or Telethon Station (f) Flap 'Station, (r) Bariatac.) BepJu Stop. (a -

when they were within two miles or warning without effect, shall ad- extended the teachers was on Tues- Areacy Station T. P. ALBTON. S1QIeri1ateD,

each other. This contact of the two judge him or her to be In contempt day evening when at the elegant W.HAJUUS General Paasenarcr Meat

.of court and shall home of CoL and Mrs. J. M. Rivers,
: currents would turn bn a signal in I punish such contempt .
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the engineer's cab, sound a gong and by imprisonment In the city East Gainesville, they were tenderedan 1

lj means of a short circuit, applythe jail not exceeding twenty days or by Informal reception by the Baptist

automatic brakes, bringing the fine not exceeding fifty dollars ($50). Young People's Union. There werea

train to a standstill.In or by both such fine and Imprison- hundred or more present and the HuuciiBECigar
;
untechnical language, that is ment. evening was passed in a most en-

this marvelous Inven- Section joyable manner, the students being ..
all there Is to 3. If upon the examination :: : :::." :
given an opportunity to meet the peo- df'i"i.:-.., .,
tion, though the Inventor also has a mentioned In Section 2, the person
ple of the city. Delicious
fruit
device for telegraphing to any point brought before the Mayor shall disclose 5 {
punch was served during the eveing. ....:.:::..
along the line while the train itself isis the .name of the person from : ,

motion. whom he or she purchased such intoxicating j tl :
It ii heartily hoped that Dr. Bern's liquor and the place and Ancient Rome :1 '

Invention will do all that he claims date of such purchase and testify in is now merely a memory of the past. the ..." .... .,..:............. )

for It. The mortality on railroads such a manner as to lead the Mayorto Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family : .. {=: fl. '

every year by reason of collisions Is believe that the testimony Is probably liniment of the twentieth century. A Questionis :fif fl

something frightful and the man who positive rure for Rheumatism Burns
true, the Mayor shall then and SerrIed t
,Till reduce them to the minimum will there: reduce or cause to be reducedthe Cuts, Sprains Neuralgia, etc. Mr. C. Iillill1 U :
lot only win fame and fortune but H. Runyon, Stanberry Mo., writes: ';;
said to j1
testimony writing, and A blend l
the enduring gratitude of mankind.It "I have used Snow Liniment for skillful +
have said person sign It, and verifyit !
is reported that the company Rheumatism and all pain. I can't ;
by affidavit taken and certified by ing of good tobaccos !;r. {
which proposes to manufacture and say enough in Its praise." Sold by y
the said Mayor. If such shall
person
market these signal devices is well Suwannee Drug Co. dw will Illf
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produce a delightful fly
refuse to sign and swear to the said
financed and that they will soon be In !

general use, all of which we truse testimony when reduced to writing smoke. Our long experience in j
the said Mayor shall attach his certi- Our Noble Xigger Soldiers.In .
I to tree
ficate that the said testimony was. enumerating the disorderly out- the cigar business has given us .

taken before him under oath on the breaks of the Twenty-fifth Infantry
The Magic No. 3. the knowledge to obtain the
date thereof. it Is only fair to say that the recordsof necessary

I; Number three is a wonderful mascot Section 4. If the said testimony the other negro regiments in time desired results. ti b I f iji1 j

for Gee H. Paris, of Cedar reduced to writing shall show that of peace are little, if any, better;

.,Grove_ Me., according to ,a tetter any person has illegally sold intoxicating so that the history of this regimentmay We are sure Huckleberry Cigars {

which reads: "After suffering much liquors in the City of Live Oak be taken asUypical of them all. -

,Pith liver and kidney trouble, and Florida* the said Mayor shall issue In 1885, they shot up the town of will please you; they are "just ripe'LEE

his warrant for the arrest of such Sturgis, in Dakota killing several
becoming greatly discouraged by the ROT MTERS CO. Makers
person or persons on a charge of men. They marched as an organized ,
it failure to find relief I tried Electric
selling intoxicating liquor to be body and responded to the usual com

Bitten, and as a result I am a well brought before him for proceedingsas mands. Wiennamucca, Nevada, a

.cat tgdaj.. The first bottle relieved In other cases. trainload of the men of the Twenty- . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BX and three bottles completed the Section 5. The person disclosingthe fifth Infantry, on their way to the

a .Vie.* Guaranteed best on earth for name of the vendor shall be Philippines in 1899 halted for sup- OURSAVINGSDAPARTMENTis

omaeh brought before the Mayor to testifyat per. They took possession of the
liver
and kidney
c troubles.
l fc the trial of the party arrested, andIf saloons, shot a barkeeper and In not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is

ad.d Barclay t Groover druggists his or her testimonxdoes not agreeIn every way terrorized the town. All broad enough to accommodate all, and

'I' iO t dw any material matter with his or efforts to Identify the perpetrators of
. A 3 HERE ARE ITS PATRONS:
her previous written testimony he the outrage failed the negroes main-

10u ;" Guest, Mill Plant Destroyed. or she shall be turned over to the taining their characteristic conspiracy 1.The young folks with their small savings.

Feiuacola June 20,-A special State authorities for trial for per- ef silence. Four months later, at the 2.-The breadvrinner, striving to accumulate a fundto

boa ltu istee. Ala., -says: "Fire Jury. San Carlos agency In Arizona, men procure a home, or a competency for old age.

IlillnaUng In dry kiln No. 1 yesterf 'Section 6. Any testimony given of'the Twenty-fifth Infantry made re- 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and

f "f afternoon destroyed the plant of under this Ordinance by the person peated murderous assaults upon the income provided.
$
..011cis P JKwdrtee Mill Company with ex- taken in charge as provided in Sec- peaceful Indians. Gen. Merriman, 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.
J of the sawmill entailing a tion 1 shall not be used against him who commanded the department,

p estimated at $%50,00. The fire or her on a charge of drunkenness. asked that the negroes be replaced THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida! J:

I' discovered as it was breaking Section 7. All Ordinances In con- I by white men. This was done and : :
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the .
2 dry kiln. A strong breeze lict herewith are hereby repealed. the offending organization was sent

ir* Wowing and the fire spread with Section 8. This Ordinance shall on to El Paso, Texas. Here, a few ,- -- --- "

e Irkable rapidity to the adjoining take effect immediately upon its pass- weeks later, they took the rifles from

il bliss then to the planing mill age by the Council and approval by the racks, went to the city jail where Live Oak M'f' Co.

jIIII tha to the storage yards whereof the Mayor. two soldiers were held for trial by g. .
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.. feet of lumber were stored CHAS. H. BROWN. the city authorities, and fired Into

d 1 ahlplllent. At 5 o'clock in President of City Council. the Jail, killing a policeman on duty

"tltenOOu'" all had been reduced to Attest: S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I there. Later in the night, they re- Manufacturers of

bWtab. 'the tracks of the company rallIIIiI4 S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the turned to the jail with guns and axes,

lad been twisted and benf by City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby and made another attempt to release Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights i

hi aid the telePhone and tele- certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. their comrades. Eight army rifles, It ,

-fret were down. The sawmill 59 was regularly passed by the developed had been taken from the and I
Power Turrpentine.
:ark only by the wind blowing City Council on the 10th day of June gun-racks, and this was the clue that !

L-lea hay from A. D. 190J and the same is here- led to the discovery and punishmentof
the for i
mill about Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for j i
sue work of the employe body by certified to the Mayor of his ap- some of the marauders. At f
Otherwise time men of the same Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
nave proval. the same
been fuUle.
d'It, ,'-'.7.* ti's originated has not yetrtained. Witness my hans and the seal ofsaid organization were guilty of an atro- 'Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturng -

This afternoon City this 10th day of June A. city at Fort Niobrara, Nebraska [ purposes.

.. immense plant reduced to D. 1907. which was later characterized by the of orders have
11" of the Republican congres- Wholesale ond retail Ice-out City special -
Clerk.
estimated that the loss S. P. MAYS. City chairman
%. *' Z50.000. as millions Examined and approved by me this sional committee of the district as attention, and all orders aromptly fiilled.

.. .* limber were destroyed In 11th day of June A. D. 1907.J. wanton and cold-blooded murder.American We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

2 ". to;t2he large buildings and B. JOHNSON Stephen Bonsai. In North flooring. Come and get our prices.

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT MOXDAY" JV.S.EML 24.
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I f fs DEMOCRAT TWO FOR THE SENATE. and take>a snort cut..to. the olatkm 1 POI.R. -"II, :

LIVE OAK Hon.John Beard. of Pensacola.and Aid be Is la every eammanitr (seti :

published every Afternoon. Cot. TV J- Land Brown, of Tampa, eral of hint: ). self-seeking as a hog IDOWLING PAI
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Except brutallj
Sunday.
In moral darkness
walking
have both come up out of the Valley
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of Indedsionand announced themselves Insistent-on his own rights with scan!
J. F.SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'g'r.Entered always in th fj f "WAT DOW BPO THE SUWADn. mo'
as candidates for the Unite regard for :yours, moving

j i at the Postoffiee Lire Oak. States Senate to succeed Senator Mallory. petty circle of his own selfish interests :: Mineral l Springs Hotel
and
Second Clan Man. Mat Cot
Florid-, as CoL Brown qualifying his an- and destitute of any true perception '

ter. November T. 190aTHE nouncement with the statement that of his civic duties as a member .' HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. COCO TABLE. ceca eiIiI.:
WATER IN EVERY W30M. BILLIARD TABLES.
he wont run if Mr. Sparkman does. of the great social order whweal owe:.1* ,

LITE Oil FOKUSffllG. COlPill.I Mr. Beard says that he "feels reasonably or woe depends upon the right PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. StiAOY PAYS

'' ** the rude;! RATES REASONABLEd:: c
sure of success. which is a very conduct of its units as :.

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be!r r modest and proper way to put it if eavedwellers of prehistoric times. It:

mailed to aaj- part of the United i his credulity will stand that much Is conscience that men need these f ADDRESS PORK HOTEL. DOWL1N6 FflRfC FLORID 1

States postage prepair. for $$.OI strain: but Cot. Brown bounces into days to solve the problems of our ,

per year; $%.50 for six months; the arena with the confidence of a time and the education which leaves carloads In bulk and 2.582 barrels.I The SInr&D.D.ee
for three mcaths. or 50 cents i m "
$1.25 -
Brian de Bois Gilbert in the lists with it out or makes It a consideration of I Adding these shipments the total for-J-their recruiting book
for fire week*. in advance. Delivered lit..
to any part of the city, by Ivanhoe. and declares in effect that minor importance Is perhaps worse'the fishing year of eight months included ready for the useat

-s carrier. for 10 cents per -weeks he has a sure thing on the job. He than none. : within the dates. August 15th. ...hlch..m take place"tir

I seems to hare the naive faith of a boy I 11906 and June 15th 1907 amountsto ,1 Next Thursday night .

I the fellow who sot his name In!,I In his success which is almost amusing I There was a time- in the early 211 carloads and 7.386 barrels. will elect a captain and

the papers,so extensively a few weeks j I when we think of the ponderous. Arcadian days of journalism whenye I As each carload contains 24.000 tenant f11i

ago with the startling prediction that] slow moving unresponsive mass to able editor at this melting seasonof pounds net (some few hare containedas The
not to be ] which he must make his at the big sale at &uati::
there was going any sum-I appeal the year taxed not his brain to much as %28,000) and each barrel Globe

mer this year doesn't no* re-!! primaries .a large majority of whom evolve the labored leader or dash off 200 pounds it follows that the total Store to a booajet
f
1 1I 1i cognize the majestic length of his probably never heard of the Colonel the sparkling paragraph. He had a shipment of fish from this port for port big sales for the frd -

prophetic ears and the tree timbre of and who must be coaxed and closed aggregate of this special and: as t}Ift.
better scheme. His constituents were the fishing year just
his prophetic bray it must be because cajoled and reached and convince not exacting. They were satisfied 6,541.200 pounds. This Is up to the seven days more after &fe

he's dead and caat realize whata by methods very different from thoseof food advise their customer .to It 1
with the lightest intellectual average.
he made of himself. the successful fair It their visit to the store,ht
prophetic ass promoter.
ag
taken from
and he simply wrote "Hot Hotter The ab;ve figures are
is a tremendous task to to the and get the choice bares
i get Hottest!!!.** handed the copy to the the railroad books and are not guesswork

e4itJoa. I United States Senate these days by printer as his leader for the week or estimates by the Herald re- There has been six taiiaafc
of the Feniandisa
The special -
the primary route where the opposi-
and then hied him to the creek with porter.-Punta Gorda Herald. : High School definitely deed
Record Just received is onetof
tion is active and determined and if
: his fish bait In a bottle to study up for the next term. Ali__
$ the notable trinajhs of recent joaxna.1 -
Frank Adams goes out after that office -
sme more great thoughts for the i I others who are acuaiaiattjg
sea. La this: State It is in mAg- .we suspect that there are surprises -' 'i Balloon Killed Thirteen.Vienna. .
aext issue of the Plnnkvllle Patriot. Edwards win be glad ta bin
azine form printed ow book paper. in store for Colonel Brown that June %:.Thirteen persons will be the
i Ah. the noble simplicity of those principal far tfc.
profaselT axd fceaxtifaRy Illustrated j will not the In his
only deepen pallor
times before the evil days of the were killed this afternoon In a term. Of the teachers vie _
with sceees ta ad arowad Feroandina -
east of but will
present thought life balloon accident near Debreczln. last term only three
strenuous had
come upon us often&
I ., and .us A wr&e-*? of the city result in x considerable reduction in
I No wonder the of the Hungary. finitely accepted
and Its vztioas Sxssztsss which with we sing charms places ferife
J the Colonel's confidence and large ac-
II In. simple life and laud our glorious Three aeronauts two French of- lag year: Miss WlgfeU. u te
ctrcniatiaai wffl be
proper } his the
cessions to humility before
I i abe aJieitlsfpf.Tt. We COngrat-f campaign is OTero.e ancestry and their great achieve- ficers and one Austrian officer fell have her same work is II

mlale: Ei aFaoSsae *po* this ments. What a snap they had! from the balloon and were killed. School department; 1DaI

;. Peasants in trying to capture the balloon also retaining her sase sta
beazStal edS3 CIt ks
gasper.Th. If rightly understand the Wau- I
I ., approached it with a light and primary. and Miss Anderson
chain Telegram it is perfectly willing The spring fishing season closed I I
the balloon exploded. killing ten of take the second grade vet
for Mr. Flagler to became a citizen last Saturday and all our fishermenand
.Qea2a SCAT feeSeves ta Governor them. 'I new teachers have seated
> of Florida. It willing that he the dealers are observing the law
Baa sazsi a&i sx ports his poii- Miss Nettle Swintoa. ti isa
I should build hotels, railroads and establish -i and taking a rest. The season was
dee hot it 47 ** the Jme at his veto i will assist :Miss UeCBabafi
steamship lines, found news- up to the average in the amount of To the Voters In the Proposed nil-
of tie S:aSe yefrrrrs 3 passed by:
Miss ladle
grade, and
I I the catch and the ford School District.
I paper, and spend his money to the financial returns Special I II
the fase The Star befa.
SfgSSaare. -
!last dollar but it Is unwilling that and all concerned are well pleased. would advise each and every one of LowndesviUe. S. C, .m.IP
tines haSoiI IA all j
eqaity I'r he should exercise any political Since January 1st and up to the of you to cast your ballots against the, fifth grade. There are sera

yes: J* f to the business This lose the shipments from district in the election vacancies to file during tie
,. f rights. seems to us to verify this port proposed new ito
of tie Seal: avxd It 3 citizens: and
,- the charge that is made against the amounted to eighty-six carloads In be held on the 29th inst. Anyone I Port. Edwards has fit

cast aiil* try Goverstor's veto consist -!I i South by Northern newspapers that bulk and 4.804 barrels.. For the fall desiring to know my reasons for charge and Is making a vss
? wfci. frai e rn dJiL Many .
.want the Northern to locate season preceding. which 1 tire search for the very to
i man began Angst this advice can see me personally. ,
t ot&ers take si* saDe view. but "Hisgafc
among us and spend his money and 15th shipments amounted to 125 E. R. WISE. j able talent.
E emeX' there a& tie same! i
l :\help develop the country but we are
and ti siere" Is the approved
::: unwilling for him to take part in . _
sawfar* test i* bock statecsaashi? -- - - - - - - - -
i I polities. And yet this Is a right
and Wis.Etersal i
iI I i guaranteed both by the state and


TfgSZaaee is the price of I'I very federal narrow constitutions.and a very It displays intolerant a

i health a* wed as liberty. The hot II spirit Our idea is that when we invite READY TO WEAR SALE

seaso Is at kaatf whew fevers lark in a man" to become a citizen

1>', ambush awaitfag ti tr opportunity to I amongst use should be willing to
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pounce spas .... CaeieaaHness in elthe him with every right that belongs -

r the eomavsity to their strongest ally tl to citizenship. Ocala Banner.

At and dirty streets alleys and backyards .

I "! f their best encouragement to!I There are bums and bums all of 3 DAYS ONLY

i : settle among .s and do business. The'I them burdens upon society but the i ,

I : man who won't keep hi* person clean pressure varies. Perhaps the most
i i." .
jl \ to avoided by nice people as an "un I hurtful of these gentry is the bum! : '
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fi j.I !j. desirable citizen.** and what to true II' school teacher who bums his salary i STRICTLY FOR CASH

t of the man in this respect should be off the taxpayers and gives no return
t
I f f equally true of the community. It Is worth the name thus robbing his .
$
t'J" a distinct encouragement to epidemic pupils of precious opportunities which Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday fr

I lf! disease to let a town go dirty at this will return no more and permitting ,

f !, season, and there should be most the children to grow up in an

1,1 P ; vigorous enforcement of our sanitary' Ignorance as dense as his own. The June 25-26 and 27. ,

; :, laws right now. We may break human schoolmaster Is abroad in the land

; laws and dodge the consequences I but to often he Is the bum schoolmaster -

I :. through the Imperfection of human; without pride In his vocation, --
t'I
administration but we can play no a walking travesty on learning and
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f fti, -.. such tricks with tile laws of health Intent only on putting In his time and

l f Pf and In every Instance the penalty for drawing his wages. The WaycrossGa. .
i
,: their infraction Is exacted to the ( .) Herald takes a whack at these

i, : uttermost. fellows which does simple justice to # I Entire stock of shirt waists 1

4i them in a few words. and we wouldwe

might indulge the hope that the skirts muslin llnnp.UTP rhil7
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shaft of the Herald would reach the- -

late Us legislature faults but In it calling had Is attentionto merits I spot. But it will fall short for it's drens dresses at less than cost FI

i too. It cut out those Internal little mighty little use they have for news- of

gambling hells that hare been rob- I. papers, and beyond the wonder I material. Those who have

column In the rural correspondence
bing and ravaging the whole south
or the local crime news, they never attended our special sales
for many years past. known as bucket I
venture in their explorations into the
shops. where'the sucker and his know ilL
Intellectual treasures of the Fourth something of the valueswe
money were soon parted and where
Estate. The Herald says of them:
many a good man has been lured to give.
of the of the state
"Some papers
ruin by the delusive hope they held
it hot for the bum school-'
are making ,
out that he could make money with-
teachers in Georgia. It is true that'
out earning it and.cut across lots to
there are a large number of them
fortune.-Live Oak Democrat. --
that be seeing service behind -
should
"Did It really? Suppose we wait
the plow or in the witchen. How can
a month or two and see what effect

f" the gambling little hells.bill has The on Journal the aforesaid pre- fully ignorance combatted and illiteracy with Incompetencyand be success- See the goods in the window to be


dicts they will continue to run justas general worthlessness? Hereto- Qi
4f fore it has been the custom when one
have sold
been
they doing.Pensacola at
Journal.We tried all else and failed to then teach 98cts.

school tI should not be and the
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are all at the mercy of thocharged *
teachers should be paid better salar-
with the
enforcement of the
5 ies and do better work if there is to
law. The point we made was that"
work of uplifting the masses in t
be a
the legislature was entitled to credit

for putting these ruinous gambling this state." THE LADIES EMPORIUMFREE I

l' 'schemes under statutory ban. and If .

that law is not enforced the fault. is It is the man with the atrophiedor

not with the body that enacted It. rudimentary conscience who

Y Has the Journal any inside news that makes the meanest problems for us DELIVERY L. S. Harvard PHONE 15

the "hells" are still running in de- in this world the problems which ,

fiance of the law? give us the Impulse to grab a club .
to. to to..to to. to. to . .
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT- MONDAY. .JU "E,2-j, 1907. 9'' :,0.-....t!' >: :F,
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Save,money-and Buy your paint to: Hi "
:IOCAIS AND PERSONALS morrow"from'E. J. Blume & Co. 1111111 M 111111111111 i 111 n i m m u 1111 11111 Assistant Postmaster MItebell drove

"'II .. I out to Rixford yesterday and spent

: I The latest Sailor Hats and Chiffon I ; We never promise what we can't the day with Mr. S. J. Foray DuvaI-

, HATTERS OF INTEREST BRIEFLY Veils at the Ladles' Emporium. 24-2 and his estimable family. Mrs. ForayDnval -

, CHRONICLED FOR DEMOCRAT perform. Ad Mr. Mitchell are relatives

READERS White Duck Skirts. 98c. The
Ladles' Emporium. 42-2t Samuel Duckworth was In town,
T I this morning. He reports his father

FOR RENT who has been ill for time;
-A very some
=:;THEY COME AND THEY GO C. H. Brown cottage. Apply to What we promise we, DO. Your as being slightly better.
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, every Furniture want Is provided for
In a manner that .
we know will
When :Farmers' Union
hare Delegates.
you
electric
troubles. .
please yOU because Is
your
purse
:Views of Live Oak and Snwannee call J. C. Lyle. Phone 83. siren thoughtful consideration. Delegates to the next session of the

County Gathered by the Democrat County Union at Clayiand will pleasego

;;:- ReporterFor J. D. Pool Is among the visitors In prepared for two days session The

the city today from the country. We waste no money In purchasing meeting will be 11th of July. .

k flimsy Furniture--neither do we ask E. R. WISE President.
electric fans, see J. C. Lyle. C. P. Dickenson was a visitor to our customers to. It must be of,

Madison yesterday. thoroughly seasoned wood of pleas- Lee Byrd,.one of Live Oak's prominent -

I i Capt. W. J. Hlllman left for Jacksonville Ing-design and perfect workmanship., citizens Is off on a trip to the
this morning on a business Col. L. E. Roberson has been on Jamestown Exposition and is also

,tr D- the sick list for the past few days., visiting some of the summer resortsIn

We think of all these points when North and South Carolina. In 'a

Tom Byrd was In the city today .L. F. Ingersoll. of the Democrat buying. If such goods as we have letter to a friend last Friday. Lee

i from his turpentine farm near Col- force Is on the sick list today. ; described appeal to yon, give us an said he was having a g od time but

um'bla. opportunity to supply our next Furniture i was running a little short on cash.
_- ,- Remember the three-days sale be- wants. .. and would be at home about Wednesday -

f Mrs, Lawler and son. Louis spent gins Tuesday at The Ladies' Empo- 1

[ Sunday at Wellborn, the guests of rium. 24-2t

I Mrs Spencer. -..; Always glad to show.you through. Judging from the crowds who at-

-- Mrs. Masters, who has been quite tend the Ladies Emporium special

Mrs. S. J. White and children areVisiting 111 with typhoid fever Is Improving sales are looked for now with a great

{ at Lake City, the guests of very rapidly we are glad,to note.L. J. B. Barton & CO H. LA\acnaafee", deal of pleasurable anticipation by
| Mra. White's slater Mrs., Shipp. the ladies of Live Oak. Mr. Harvardhas
Harrison special agent for the learned the secret of In
success
Seaboard I M I H 11 I I 11 I I I I 111 I I 111 111 11 M I HI | | | i | | 11 11 I 111 I H....
FOR RENT-A fire-room cottage, Air Line railway, is in the advertising. First by offering only-
with all modern improvements. In-I city today on business matters. good values and giving Just what he

[quire Democrat. offers and secondly, by never letting
Hon. W, A. Tison of Wellborn, is 5th CITY BAND the public interest lax; In other words

Aletter from Mrs J. F. Sherwood, a prominent visitor in the city today, keeping everlastingly at It."

Iwto left Wednesday for Kansas City, looking after business matters.

far* her little son. Frank Is not Im- We all know that bleaching cambric -
Miss Ethel Hair who has been at- and Quartette. nainsook..In fact all cotton goods

tending college In South Carolina, re- has gone way up. Then why not at-

)(rI. Farrell has returned from turned home today.R. t++++++++++ . + + tend the sale and buy shirt-waists,
oti Florida where she was called underwear dresses etc., ready-made
; week on account of the death of H. Lorier went to Lake City yesterday t Every Friday Night at the .'- while the prices are cheaper than material -

i dear friend. to visit relatives and returned -C. "KINK." Skating begin- : Ladies' Emporium. .24-2t

last night., t ing at 8 o'clock followed by + .
Mr. and Mrs L. T. Morgan spent Picnic at Clayiand,' July 11, 10O7.

basday: at White Springs. visiting D. M. Horn, of Boston, Ga., arrived ;: band concert at 9 o'clock. .. Notice is hereby given that the

heir children who are spending alew here today for a short visit to,his -Everybody come. t Farmers' Union will give a dinner at

weeks at that popular resort. brother, D. E. Horn, of the First' National t Admission 10 & 5c. Skates 25c. tt Clayland School House July 11, 1901.

Bank. .. + + + + + + + ++++t+ +t+++ Every body Is cordially Invited to
3 The work of remodeling the Bais- come and bring a well-filled basket. ,
9 i building:and getting It In shaper W. C. Lamb, formerly of Alton, I We extend to the editor a cordial .
r .new bank Is progressing nice- has decided tQ make Live Oak his Joe Hinely: and Miss S."%. Randall Dr.,and Mrs. Ruter went to Greenville invitation.

'-'mot j. MO.. when- completed win .oe a future home andhas moved his II spent yesterday afternoon at Dow- yesterday morning and will return Let every come and let's have-a

4-; ndaomc home for the new institu- family here. ling Park. this afternoon. good time. MMITTELs


..I BOB. Just received a new lot of 200 or I I '-"TEN DOLLARS will buy a gent's Buy paint at E. J. Blume &\ .' Sunday Moraldg Fire.

,II more of the latest', Edison records. I wheel In good order. Democrat of- and get advantage of the great reduction %*r *
1 card from Chas. H. Brown, whoat Jt Fire at an early-tour Sunday morning -
R. H. Lovler, the- jeweler Live Oak fice. in price.
1I 1I Hot Springs Ark., says he is destroyed the dwelling and store
Fla. dl-wIt
'. rating in health some but is by building of George Zanders colored.
I cent discount roile Paint!
Twenty per on Paint! E. J. Blume 01Co.\ .
II >means well Mr. S. V. Hough, of in the northern part of the city. The
II Ladies: It will pay you to get a skirts, during the sale. This meansa are selling Hammar Brand Paint at
nd and our good friend. Chap Ire had gained good headway before
; supply of muslin underwear, gowns, $10.00 skirt for 800. Think of it! special sale prices. Better see about
II' discovered, and being out of of
reacn
er. are also at Hot Springs with
I'I I'I Brown. skirts corset covers, etc.. during the Ladies' Emporium. 24-2t getting some today.z the city fire department rta tosave

i ale at the Ladies, Empo lum. 24-it the building were useless. A small
Can you afford to lire without a Hammar Brand Paint at E. J.
building used for a store was also
I,, new union depot, promised Live W. C. Bevan. commercial agent for wheel? If not, buy a wheel at a Blume & Co.'s, at $1.19 during tamed. Zander's furniture was nearly -

t about on. year ago by the of- the Farmers' Union is In the city today bargain, only $10. Democrat office. special paint sale. Call and get priceson all saved as was also the 'toci of
of the Seaboard and Atlantic enough to paint your house.
on business and reports the cropsin goods In the store building. Zanders
Use railroads has so far failed his section suffering very much Cottages, with kitchens and dining carried about $500 insurance 'on his

I caterialiie and from present In- from the need of rain. r-om for rent at Suwannee Springs. You will be surprised at the 98c dwelling. The origin of the fire Is

: MU no steps are being taken by Cottages furnished except linen; values given during the sale at The pot known.k .,a
: 'roads to fulfill furnishedwith Ladies' Emporium. 24-2t
; their promise. For professional repairs on stoves kitchen and dining room
table, chair and stove, $7 per i
and ranges, see J. C. Madray. of the Notice.
Gainesville Stove Repair Co. Address, week, or $20 per month. No chargefor Prospects for a good cotton crop
There will be picnic at Pine
a
F. in Suwannee county are bright.
to very
; baths to cottagers. Apply
general delivery, city. %4ztI Grove ground on July, the 12th
!OR RENT L. Rees. Live Oak, or Suwannee The farmers have their crops in fine camp
I given by the Sea Island Cotton As-
** condition and the season is all the
-- !1t I II I J. B. Evans, who has for years I Springs. cotton grower could ask for. sociation. Everybody is invited to t

been making a specialty of garden come and bring a well-filled basket.
II and field seeds of all kinds will this I Over 500 shirt waists to select Mr. F. G. Shell and others will be
If
'nice I year engage more extensively than from at the sale. The Ladies' there to make an address. Programwill
offices to let in the '
I ever In the seed business, and is now I e Emporium. 24-2t be made known later.J. .
,d.. ,,t Building. Can be hadiks receiving his new stock for fall plant-i H. JOHNS i '
PVBLIC CLOCK T. E. Bridges, of Ocala, Is here today
i if wanted. Centrally Ing. for the convicts recently sen- A. C. .JOHNSON.CALVIN i
S1STRUNK -
sewerage and waterin CorrespoivdsHOWARD tenced. There are tour state prison Committee.t
Mr. T. J. Appleyard Jr., a promi- convicts and six county whl will betaken 1
I Ij the Building.c witb YO'\lr -
II
< nent young man of Jacksonville, Is to the gang today.

: c: in the city! for a few days, looking ---- FLORIDA BOOK NEWS CO. s T

after business Interests. He Is a YOUR RARE CH4.NCE: !-A gent's: st t

I guest of the Ethel hotel. WATCH wheel in excellent order, only $10. *
'lIt is accurate Democrat office

\ five i Books, Bible?, Staticrciy,
room cottage to Howard Baisden went to Jacksonville 'It is pleasure to know that
11' I B. EWise and wife, of White
'1 is right in the heart Saturday afternoon, and returned you have the right time to visit this week to Blank Becks etc.
but Springs are on a ,
the second ti is
7 and is yesterday with Mr. Gilbert in a possible -
'.\ convenient- and hat been so his brother, E. R. Wise. Of Rixford. -
fan' automobile which Mr. Gilbertis
Reo ,
: some business
With the
Musical Jnstrt merits aDd all
taking through the country to
Howard Karl Bardin was among the num-

Valdosta.G. Watch ber who spent yesterday at Dowling Attachments.
...""--
tsoa 5na made Park.
\V. Zanders wishes to thank r., .1642
e have Picture Frames made to cider
R. Jordan left Saturdayfor ,
, someProperties both white and colored friends for Clifford
their assistance in the fire on Saturday '9 s3s $150c. a visit to the Jamestown Exposition ,
latest in rrculckrg.
.. ....... designs
eight. He assures you and each ..-....-........ and will be absent for some 1
of.you he appreciates It. He hopes to ?..- time. Mrs. Jordan was not feeling

return same sometime in future but > ofEtBERT well and did not care to undertakethe Inks, Pens, Pencils Tab-
Sale $ er d for copv
not In the same way. HUBBARD'S book journey. 1

HO\VARD: WATCHES. lets Notions andNovelties.
Sheriff Rickerson returned from eriitled"WA1'CH- WISDON McCullers Brothers will put a third ,

Je undersigned for Brunswick Saturday with Jack Fields story on their brick stores now goIng -

I a notorious character,wanted in this And all other standard up on' Howard street, and will fit i .

information. county for the killing of George Cody makes for sale byRADFORD same up for an armory. The Rifles 1 I ,
Sheriff will then have first- lass quarters
near Peacock three years ago.
Rickerson had sheriffs and their specially prepared for their accommodation -
i Florida Book & News Co.
..
16 ; :deputies on the look out for this negro -

J for some time and was notified

** :1EALTy Co. last week that he had been capturedIn The Jeweler OmA.9(1)TAli
: 1E iC. C. COOK.
} Brunswick. Fields will be tried on 3.J i iI I ,;:: :
LIVE OAK. flA. -w3 tbs 5" ..5 a'" .u.I.1Q
4 Room 3. the charge of murder. J i I

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In GeorCartersvllle. s Beiore-me, 3. B.,Johnson, a,notary Upn on the fifth fey*
SCARED ABOUT NEGRO VOTE. to be a black hog, which had evidently Notable Prohibition Victory public for the State of Florida the same being the

I l swum clear across the bay a dis- gia. large personally, ea.me' E. K. wise, aa1d Court' at the c$11".

Are the Supporters of Taft' for Presi tance of a mile and a half-Punta Ga.. June 2 4w -gary W.Mikell C. ,Bevan.J. M. Hingson R.. J. and Allen J.,T,T.Ward A.,, of of the the said II aUhf, ::l

i .; dent. Gorda Herald. tow county went dry yesterday who each being duly sworn says that Florida. Unless yoet'at-

I Washington. June 24.-Developments nearly 20 to 1, the vote being 1.715to they have heard read the foregoing Judgment will be reefer
> The cantaloupe and melon ship- 94. Three cheers were given for articles of Incorporation and that you and your propertfZS
la the Republican presidential each signed same for the purposes ltlsfurtherord &S
ments from Marion county this spring H. Felton when they they
and Mrs. W.
Dr. set
situation_ today indicate that the negro therein mentioned and be published OBeeTS
vote Is giving grave concern to have been something enormous. We drove up to the polls and the venera- forth. months immediately *

J,the Roosevelt-Taft managers. The I have no,means of knowig exactly the ble doctor cast his vote against the Sworn to and subscribed before me I day in the a-.. bid'..

reason the Republican convention of 1 number of ears, but by the time all this 15th day of. June. A. D. 1901. weekly newspaper n._...

1 Kentucky :refused to Indorse Taft I of the fruit is off it will not miss 500 sale.Three hundred school children pa- JOHNSON County and State. ""'
J Public State of Florida. Witness
Notary my hand
{ I II ,outright for the presidency was because carloads very [zr. J. M. McDuffy Is raded the streets this afternoon In Court this 31st day 114.-.=(
of
the Kentucky leaders feared a I winding up the cantaloupe shipmentsad the cause of prohibition.It (Seal) LW: ;

Ii bolt of the Kentucky negroes, which 1 will get off 30 cars and is now is said the Boor men are talk- NOTICE OF ELECTION. Clerk of the

',would queer the whole Republican commencing on His watermelons. He ing of contesting on the ground that Notice is. hereby given that an elec Suwanee

progfemme In Kentucky. had 135 men, women and boys in the no tickets "for the sale" were fur.. tion for the purpose of determining W. H. WILSON ;. ,
.
The negroes throughout the 'North fields and packing house last week nished. whether or not a Special Tax School Attorney for PlaJ.XonCB..
, District to be known as Rlxford "
: and in the harder states, like Ken- gathering and packing the fruit. The Because the County Commissioners Special Tax School District, shall be -

tucky. West Virginia and Maryland tomato and bean shipments from the refused to grant a license there has established with boundaries as follows Notice is hereby

t are hostile to Taft on account of the county will 'aggregate many cars. All not been a" saloon or liquor house of : Commencing at the southwest ,.c,

tf Brownsville affair and no state con- In all, it Is doubtful if the county ever any sort In Bartow in twentytwoyears. corner of Section 11, Township 2, undersigned as
f south of Range 13 east, running fromthence Estate of J. A.
tI vention In any of these states or in had better crops or received better north one-half mile on section Adaaa,g

others where the negroes hold the prices.-Ocala Star.A line; hence west one mile to section on Monday, the first 4tj |

I balance of power can afford to In- Ill stomach troubles are quickly line; thence north onehalfmile to 1907. present Ids Toaefe
dorse the of War who section line; thence west one mile to
Secretary had and
little Kodol after report of and f
prompt, pleasant, good remedyfor relieved by taking a southwest corner of Section 4; thence for iti'A.
I I the negro troops who ate alleged to coughs and colds Is Kennedy's each meaL Kodol goes directly to north three miles to northwest cornerof Adams, decease ,

j i I'' Jt have shot ups Brownsville, discharged. Laxative Cough Syrup. It containsno the seat of trouble, strengthens the Section 28, Township 1, south oRange f upon apply for hi* Aril&t

t Foraker Is the negro's hero, and For- opiates and does not constipate. digestive organs, digests what you 13 east; thence east one mile administrator of the sag
aker is Just now out in Ohio making to section line; thence north along
. I d" J. H.
Children like It. Sold by City Pharmacy eat. Sold by City Pharmacy. WETHSSi
I Ii 'appeals to them on ,account of his section line to Suwannee river; 2-l-6m
} d igg
i thence eastward along the Suwannee
championship of the cause of the
T river to section line between Sections
Brownsville raiders. THE SECRET OF LEGAL NOTICE. 21 and 22, Township I, south, of ADMLN ISTBA.rmxSix :

A letter written by Charles Gar- Notice Is hereby given that the Range 14 east; thence south to township months after the fr
rish, a Foraker lieutenant, advising undersigned, who was convicted at >> line; thence west on townshipline tion of this notice, I vjee

i Ohio negroes to bolt the Republican A BI AUTIFULCOMPLEXION the Spring term, A. D. 1899 of the one-half mile; thence south one accounts and vouchers ta&jt
mile to section line; thence west one-
t .tickets where the county committeeshave Circuit Court for Suwannee County,. half mile to section line; thence south Judge of Suv&nnee CDQJEJI

; declared for Taft has already Florida, of the crime of murder In one mile; thence west one-half mile; at the Court House of&!It,

been published, and this gives an Indication the second degree, will apply to the thence south one-half mile; thence to be allowed and ask .'$

of how the land lies. NOW REVEALED Pardoning Board of the State of west one mile and one-half to range charged from further sr .%,,
It all fixed that the various line between Ranges 13"and 14; I
was up FREE Florida, at Tallahassee, on the 28th thence north along range line one- of said estate. ,

,i I s sz state conventions should Indorse the What beauty is more desirable thanan day cf June, A. D. 1907 for a pardonfor half mile; thence west two miles to FLORENCE G. ffl "
Roosevelt administration and along southwest corner of Section 11, Florence G. Brinsoa, 1& -
his said offense.
with it Indorse Taft, Roosevelt's man exquisite complexion and elegant Township two south of Range 13 east, of Estate of Horace BrtajNotice. --.,
for the presidency. When the Ken- jewels. An opportunity for every women This June 7th 1907. to point of beginning; and for the

tucky convention fell sown on the ad- to obtain both, for a limited MACK MOBLEY, purpose of electing.three trustees of
the said district and for the further '
21 and 28th Applicant.NOTICE ; -
time
ministration it was a fell blow. It is only. purpose of determining the maximum

even said that the resolutions for the The directions and recipe for ob- number of mills tax to be levied forth All creditors, legatee,4

state conventions to pass were fixed taining a faultless complexion. Is the OF APPLICATION FOR @ use of public free schools with- and all persons hating cie3e

up in the White House. The Knox- secret long guarded by the master LETTERS PATENT. in such district; said election will be
Notice Is hereby given that the held at the Rixford School house on wands against the estate R
Fairbanks-Cannon minds of the
crowd have
would ORIENTALS
and undersigned will on the 24th day of Saturday the 29th day of June A. D. F. Dexter, late of Sanaa

stopped these resolutions if they GREEKS., July A. D. 1907, apply to Hon.'N. 1007. deceased, are hereby eaJtoli
could and It may be that they have This we obtained after years of B. reward, Governor of the State of J. T. Ward. J. O. Oliver and J. L. i present the same ta tie*

had something to do with the failurein work and at great expense. It Is the Florida for Letters Patent, Incor- Haddock are appointed inspectors, '
and C. H. Brinson clerk. within tr o years from taQuired
rating "The Union Milling and Sup- ,
Kentucky, although the Kentucky
method used by the fairest and most ply Company" under the following Done by order of the Board of by liw.TT77TB.
i leaders frankly tell the Taft man- beautiful women of Europe. articles of incorporation: Public Instruction this/ 4th day of DEBS

agers that they could not pass the in Hundreds of American women who E. R. WISE June, A. D. 1907.E. RUBY DEf7 ,

z dorsement resolutions because they now use it have expressed their de- W. C. BEVAN, R. WISE, Chairman. Xa
would have had a bolt R. J. ALLEN J. E. WOOD, Sec'y and Supt.
light and satisfaction.This T. A. MIKELL May 2'. 1907.

secret is easily understoodand J. M. HINGSON,
-W. R. Ward., of Dyersburg. Tenn., simple to follow and it will save ;., J. T. WARD. Executrs Notice. GUARD1.KOID

writes: ""T .fs Is to certify that I have you the expense of cream cosmetics Articles of Incorporation. Legatees, districutees. creditors, Notice Is hereby l's

user Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for bleaches and forever fe ARTICLE I. and all other persons having claimsor sixty days after the Ant j*
give The
you a name of this corporation shall
chronic constipation, and It'has L.I of this notice I, as gist
beautiful complexion and free be "Tte Union Milling And Supply demands against the estate of
your Us
for the estate of Eafle
proven, .withoati doubt, ,to be a skin from pimples bad color blackheads Company," and its principal place of K. Kimmerlin, deceased, late of Sn'
thorough, practical remedy for this business (shall be in Suwannee County ling 9 minor, will mill arepork
1 1f etc It alone is worth to you State; of Florida. wannee County, Florida wilt presentthe and vouchers rft
trouble and It is with pleasure I same to me duly withinone the HononJtfeinor
many times the price we ask you to ARTICLE II. proven, lans lp.- to
offer my conscientious reference." year from the first insertion of County Judge at k&.&
send for the genuine diamond That
the
ringof
general nature of the Fteito.
of Live Oak
City Pharmacy. dw city
f this
notice
this
or notice will be
latest design. business of said tait!
corporation shall. be said time ask for a
1 We will sell you this ring as one Saw Milling Cotton Ginning GristMill pleaded in bar of allowance of the from said guardlaasM :

!SOMB STATE NEWS. small profit above manufacturing and dealing in General Merchandise same out of the funds of said estate.W. J. XSISK
Louise
cost. The price is less than one half and Farmers' Supplies, and J. HILLMAN, Guardian for Baffle

Various Happenings In Other Parts what others charge. The recelpe is the Manufacture of Cotton Seed Pro Executor of the last Will and Testament XOTICEI'REBTo W$

of the State.A free with every ring.It ducts. 'of L. K. Kimmerlin.ADMINISTRATOR'S .

Georgia Society has been organ- is a genuine rose cut diamond ARTICLE III. whom It L ay cow: \

xyti ized in Jacksonville with a large ring of sparkling brilliancy absolutely The amount of capital stock of this NOTICE. Take notice that I,L ij:I.

membership.The guaranteed, very dainty shaped like corporation shall be Five Thousand Notice Is hereby given, and Lega- married woman. the **c

a Belcher with Tiffany setting or Dollars divided Into five hundred tees, Distributees, Creditors, and all Davis, a resident of Un Oat

tobacco growers 'in Gadsden 12KL gold shell, at your local Jewelerit shares of the par value of Ten Dol- & I
other '
lars each. The said capital stock persons having claims or de- nee County, Florida
county are Just beginning to harvest yould cost considerable more than "
shall be
: paid in lawful *
money of the mands against the Estate of Jackson day the 17th day of Jo*
their crops which are said to be very 1 $2.00. United
fine this year.Braidentown. I We mall you this beautiful com States.ARTICLE IV. Cannon, late of Suwannee County: make application to lIe I*!

plexion recipe free when your orderis That the term for which this cor- Florida, now deceased; will present Palmer, Judge of the Tl!!*
I poration shall exist shall be ninety- State << II
received for ring and $2.00 In nine years. the said claim or demand to me duly Circuit of tbe-
has voted to bond for *
I I
sot
I'' 7 7t Florida L
Lake City,
money order, stamps or bills. Getyour ARTICLE V. proven, within two
from
first *
145,000 for municipal improvements. order in before The business of said corporation years manage, take ctaro rf I i

$20,000 is to be spent for street paving exhausted. our supply is shall be conducted by a President, publication this note, or this notice my property and to b *

$15,000 for a sewer system and Vice President. Secretary-Treasurer. will be plead In bar of same. dealer In every respect tREES J E
This offer is made for a limited and a board of six Directors. That
$10,000 for a water works
!' system the board of directors JESSE N. CANNON & WOOD
time only as a means of advertisingand shall be elect L
ed annually by the stockholders and Administrator of Estate of Jackson Solicitors for AppBo
introducing
our goods.
the
ogcers of said ."r
An interesting murder trial was corporation shall Cannon -- .
Send be with Will m29-4t -
to-day before this opportunityis elected at the annual meeting of annexed. APfI.ICJ1JLETTERS
:
concluded in Gainesville NOTICE OF rfthe
Wednesday
the
forgotten T. C. MOSELEY, board of directors to be held on ADIIJtSJ
when William Thomas charged with 32 East the first Saturday In August of each COPY OF ORDER FOR PCBLICA OF U
23rd
Stret '
the murder of Maxey Scofield was year. The first election shall be held TION. Notice Is herebyundersigned tip
tf New York City. in August, 1907. That In The I I after (811
acquitted by the Jury which was out election until the first Third Judicial Circuit Court, will a
under this charter the busi- In and *
only a short time. ness of said corporation shall For Suwannee County Flor publication of this
YOUR WRINKLES REMOVEDTTIpTTtTTlIiiformatlon be con- ida. eod1Suwannee
ducted by R. J. Allen, President; W. State of Hon. J. N. Collner.
Florida
C. ) Fly!
The Fort Denaud correspondent of of a simple Beran. Vice President; T. A. Suwannee County.) Conntt 44t't
Mikell OIl
the Fort Myers*Press says that the X1 IxJLil/method which every woman Board of Secretary-Treasurer Directors ; and the D. H. Wilson ) of administration Q01I

alligator hunters are back from a trip can use to drive away wrinkles, Wise. W. C. Bevan,shall R. j.be Allen: E., R.T. Plaintiff, ) W. T. Mitchell decease'-1 I

to the Everglades. They report a blackheads, pimples and give a fine A. Mikell J. M. Hingson ,and J. T. J. -nr7s. Hosford* ))Civil Action by At- vannee County, TV**
Ward. tachment. *
very successful season, no one aver- rosy color to the cheeks and a'beautiful Defendant. ) Ian. deceased W >j
ARTICLE Uti::
VI.
aging under $25 worth of skins complexion to the face. Simply That the highest Whereas. D H. Wilson. as plaintiff County, Florida.

per week and some even averaging send names of 2 ladies interested and or liability amount to which of this Indebtedness in said cause, has obtained an attach- legally appointed and "i t't

$50 and $60 worth per week. I the name and address of your druggist corporation can at any time be sub- Issued ment out of the above named Court minister of said estate. "J
jected Is : on' -*": 31st day of May 11
we will mail 2 valuable booklets 5th'
wlRTiciyivndmldollar8- 1907. against the estate of the said died on the

The party of four gentlemen two with Information. Write to-day, thisIs vTnatvtne names and residences defendant J. W. Hosford. which at- 1907 before > &1
of
Whltneys and two Thompsons, who a bargain. ROYAL COURT CO., subscribers to the capital stock tachment has been levied upOn the estate. '\V. J.

arrived here week before list In Mr. tf 78 Fifth Ave., New York. of tuts corporation, and the amount following efendant described property of the LESLIE & LAJIB. Tyee
subscribed to-wit
by each are : One-eighth undivided 'to.
as follows j.
Harry Payne Whitney's private car, E. R. Wise Live Oak. Fla.. R.: F. interest In and to that land lying Attorneys for W.
Wanderer, and chartered the schoon- D. No. 4. ten shares. and being In the County of Suwannee

er-yacht Heron, for a fishing trip, W. C. Bevan Live Oak, Fla.. R. F. and State of Florida, and more parti- There e
.KILL COUCH D. No. 2, ten shares. cularly described as follows, to-wit: cough sad as
spent four and one half days between R. J. South half of the stops the rt.
DD CURE THE LUNCS D No A,1Ien'.UTe Oak, Fla., R. F northwest quarter, who *now b0f. tcto
here and Punta Gorda, and succeeded 4, shares 'and the northeast quarter of the people

In landing seventy-eight tarpon, besides T A. ?Mikell Live Oak, Fin, R. F. 'southwest quarter of section four (4), of themselves"tbe i iP1
of small fish.- D. No. 4, ten shares. township five (5), south of range The liver is a most
any quantity WITH Dr. King'sNew J- M. Hingson, Live Oak, Fla., R. fifteen (15), east; said property held body *
Fort Myers Press. F. D. No.2, five shares. In common with A. T. Hosford of said in the C.

J. T. Ward, Live Oak, Fla., R. F. county; for the sum of one hundred condition. V D R ye
D. No. 4. ten shares.E. and twenty-four writes: "I
Last Thursday evening. Capt. K. BJ Discovery ($12400) dollars Texas,
founded on a promissory and Fc 1to
observed what he thought wascome R. WISE. it note. Whereas for Chills tl I

Harvey person far out In the bay swim- FOR COUCHS trial 1OoP1f Bottle free (Seal) R.w.J.C.ALLEN BEVAx the said appearing defendant from Is absconding affidavit concealing that- best medicine without I It eta>Y f A7ea
himself not be
shore. from the and that he resides
ming toward this AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Ti A. MIKELL out of the limIts of tbe state children as it Is Ti
Harbor. He J. M. of Florida -
direction of Charlotte GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY HINGSON, ; 1 is. therefore ordered that the and I recoLaGrippe. d
continued to observe the object untilIt OB X01lTXY' KEBTJMDETX: State of FloridiTWARIXSuwannee said defendant J. W. Hosford and ." SoIa ld

reached the shore when it proved County. other persons who are Interested are ,

,, ., .. hereby required to appear to the ac- Company.
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LIVE' OAK DAILY DKMOCIUT. MONDAY JUXE 24, 7907.BfowN -.

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WANTS IT BAD fair?" asked
the
Times
man. not care to make any longdrawnhowl ,
; "No, It would not," replied Colonel '- '
fr; a 2 cent passenger rate for
It He'll G?t There Sore-That Brown, "for I Intend'returning I
And Sa r that is unimportant. I will make''
From Florida. from Englewood i AI
b to the Senate just as soon as I re- one, however ror a prompt freight t i
(Tampa Times 20th.) cover my health and rigor after service and for reasonable rates on .

Learning the CoL T. J. L. Brown which I will take up and finish the out-going freight shipments. It la thet I

would leave tonight for Englewood, state fair work. When the fair closes freight question that appeals to the t(

N. J.. to spend a brief but well-de- I am gclng to make a whirlwind Floridians, and particularly to the 1o 'SNOW

vacation with hla family before canvass of the state visiting every productive farmer who makes the ,

ter.ed taking op the arduous work of section, and I am going to carry state what it_ is. I believe in giving ( -

promoting the next state fair a votes In the wake of that whirlwind.The the railroads every bit of encourage-

Times man this morning called upon best people of other sections of ment possible, for Florida "needs

genial and energetic promoter the state know me, and know that I many railroads; but I believe in the

the Md eked for a confirmation of the will work just as hard for every oth- roads giving a service such .as is

published In this paper that er section of Florida as south- Flor- demanded oy the immense traffic that tor Rhenmatiuaa Cuts,

report.was a candidate for the positionof ida. comes to and goes from Florida an- A Sure Cure Sprains. Woands..01l
he
"My platform Sores. Cores Bunions
will
senator to succeed not be long or -
nually.
Encourage the railroads
United States be a wonder from a OaCs. Braises Contracted Muscles. Lam Back. Stiff Joint,
Hoa. Stephen R. Mallorjr. literary standpoint and I believe they will be found all frosted Feet. Burns. Scalds etc.
but wilt'be
-Tell me are you a candidate for It a good one thatI right. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -
intend exerting every effort to and drives out Pain.
States senate asked the carry "As I have already taxed your
United
the out. My principal motto will be PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
man. :memory, and the kindness of your the Muscles
Times "progresslveneas promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving
-Most emphatically." was the re- for Florida In ev- paper" concluded Colonel Brown."I natural elasticity.

"I am a candidate for the United ery line of endeavor." In this con- will say again that I am a candi- BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH

ply. senate from Florida and I nection I will fight for deep water date for the United States senate, ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

States state most emphatically also for ever section. I will also use that I have the backing of the
visa to my endeavors to CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
bring immigrantsto
that 1 am going to come pretty near strongest men In the state Including
the state. I
the winner when the votes are mean immigrantswho those of Tampa, and that if I do win
being If I don't win In the first will till the soil and upbulld the Florida will not regret it." Mr. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.,KnoxriQe.Tenn. .
counted. state-not the off-scouring of the ., writes: "1 hue betA trying the baths of
primary-and I confidently expect to Hot Sprfrg Ark., for adatie rheumatism but Iffet
earth
who
will
but
add .
and
-f\u11 and T. J. L. Brown running assistin A Fortunate Texan. try more relief from Ballsrd's Snow Liniment .
the demoralization cf conditionsand than anr medicine or anything I have ever tried.
March hare In the second Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St.
Uti a lackMed find order Send
be a menace'to the community. postoffice fr 100. me
with Just as good or better prospectsof There are immigrants and Immi- outs St.. Dallas, Tex., says: "In the large bottle by Southern Bxpreu."

winning. grants, and we want the desirable past year I have become acquaintedwith THREE SIZES: 25c, SOC AND .$1.00
these assertions with one BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
"I make kind and nothing else. Dr. King's New Life Pills and

proviso however. I will most certainly "If there is, anything I will fightit no laxative I ever before tried so effectually Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
candidate providedour
not be congressman a Hon. S. M.Sparkman. will be the demagogue, althoughIt disposes of malaria and i ST. LOUIS U. & A. -
present will be my aim to make the corporations -
makes the race. Once he biliousness." They don't grind nor r
and particularly the railroads
pats forward his name. I will with- give the fullest mede of just gripe. 25c at Barclay &: Groover t'
;-
Mr. Sparkman
draw my candidacy. service to Florida patrons. I will drug store. dw
u a member of the rivers and harbors 60LD AND RECOMMENDED BY

of the house, has
jottinUtee -----
lone great work In behalf of this :"*I I-H"IM"MI-1M t i U III J II U 1I1111 J II J 1I1111II1i jSuwannee Drug Company.

district and the state at large, and

It therefore deserving of anything NOTICE I.i I. -
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the public can give him. His position -

3ef today as senior democratic member i To Contractors and Prospective Bldlders: I Iwill
of the Important committee In Live Oak Garag e
coupled with his ability and
testlon.fidelity makes him a most valuable THE LIVE I OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

.MM representative from Florida: and in I ,

view of his good work I would not furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster
even If I thought I Equipped for repairing and storing
nt Mlot him
: ;
Laths and all kinds of Brick. ;
eoalJ get ten votes to his one. Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

38, "What Is principally responsible OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Erick. Ask for price i iI r t

B,. 1 for jour announcement. Colonel Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.

1I prows Then?" the are Times two reasons man asked." was the I I The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I Also sell the well known Columbia bat-

-CL reply. The first Is that I have been tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Plugs

> TOlMtarily offered support by not IIII11 I II111 111 I-i I 1 I I I I 1 I i I i II I II I 1 I lIt I I U..J+++4 H++eWe

;1"MWII -JhU twenty of the leading cltl- ______._______ ___ ---L-__ ___h'_ __ ____ kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
MM of Florida, these representing Jacksonville.
Savill Works
Vulcanizing
a ''nrlou! factions, and know that 1 ,

gem naive a good vote la absolute Sample of this work can be seen here.

as every section of the State. Among Sell Merchants Only .

IOM who offer their support are FOR LIVERY]

t s.U in who will gladly canvass the The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
lei t it la my behalf delivering ad- .c

tt and appealing to the voters Carry Stock of Livery seating capacity for fpur. ,
tnouily. The character of these

list an, politically, financially and mor- .....--.. ... . . .- . . CHASTAIN
Is inch that they won't be T. AL '

ttMd down In their appeals for the Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn
Comet and Proprietor
rm; nor will your humble servant Gas Engineer

4 >Lwill **< he begins and aggressive cam- Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all

kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, Phone 109.
re Tkm Uved in Florida for a great

,Ul ? lit of twenty-two years, and I do Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder,

lit believe there Is a man in the Lead Pen-
10e.3.4 ell who has done as much for It, Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets,

the ilA 1 rtneetod' as little In return there- cils Box Pipes Paper Bags Roll Paper. Co.

f!*.U I lav*. Other men have ex- Paper, Tobaco., Taffy Tolu and 41've0akPerry&: Gulf R. R. 4

of fW thottsands of dollars where I Honest Money

for dollar They were making Wrigleys Chewing Gums Sihednle Effective May 19. 1907.

e money out of the people of

Nit, however whereas 1 have /Siita Fenandey Big Smokers, ssv soveoIs --
0xt Yllca Cigars WaT BOUND
L. F* Bade anything out of them. IS?.rues 2UCL4at
M IM Uncle Bill. ?.CLASS ZD.:CLASS. Mail &P..eeo Pa..eaFrt.. sd ;
enriched El. Bogador .
many at my own Mail .t PwesFrt. and Pa m ser Ya.. I
.
t- Pass.No.1. %
, Pass ter.
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,- No.2. Na& jNa12 No.4. ,
*. second reason Is that south in- No.6. Na 3- Daily sndar'Su sdy D ads ez i
f
Cordially Sunday DaiI7 ex. t
Merchants are i Sue Only only Sandy :
.
>Mil should have a representative Visiting Dai17. Only Sunda7.A.
''*. headquarters P. x. P. x. A. x.. A. x.
yllarea tatted States senate. Seal ted to make our office their .. M. P. IL P. aL Arrive Am-I Arrive I Arrive '
l! Tiflalerro v J.Aoave Leave Leave Oak.4 i5 a (5' 1 00 35

tier ** **y Personal friends and Mallory are from who the while in the c ty. i gig 2 300 30'Z----40 ,.:::=:=::::::._J :::::::::::::-_-::::: 47 544 : ;u;j i io 10 i

nodct, *ri tad a ........._.._..... Platt'....._........_......- I 101 iiI 9 1000 h
I Ceost: northwestern sections SIt OLD A. C.1. FREIGHT DEPOT .* II z. 225 34 3311 315----(....._......._.... La- ter..m..1 I SI : 9 ISI( 14$ -
otk4 ", iiUte. Why shouldn't south Az : :iAr i 4p1Ar S4'..................DohD/r Park_............m.. Lv I IS I --fL. 20Lv SS
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glorlB' .00' i is
the Lv 81aLv 4 4&Lv nt Park At I 1 JL. IOAr 914 Ar 9 14
most populous, most "' Dovh ..... .. : -
a w and richest section of the & Commission Co. 8 49 .41s:i7 1 f. 0. ::::::::::::::=Mayo j= w:::::_::_.:::::: i s1 a47I saee3'' :;: {

ceased'rlorlda X Itre a senatorial representa- Live Oak Brokerage c a 9.0 i71 a a 4 191.10I--_..... ........_ Dar_.....................-. : a :00Lv j Ar : bit 001, ::

F4 PeoPle other than south Flor- 001 ..-s ito_._....._._...._.a b1 i 8 8 ass
i --- os 5061 eDd............._..._... Z SUb 4 50 II 11
late rta11ae that south Florida Is 91 5 101 435----------------- .Smith .... ........... $ : 531, 158
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ba'latdq to nth 9 625 -..._._..__.._FesbolbwaY----... ._.... 2 1-1\\ : to: 7 :
a 5 15 -
representative, and 9 39 5 a51......._.... ..._ perry ..-...,. ............ t .''L 4 00 7
jI -!iorlda U going to be thus ArlO 9 9. s 55 20 Ar ............-_ SPri.-.. ......__..... L x..j ; I 1L..'J x.50 I L A.M ual.
I
estate If SM.. Sparkman ; :

daY 0 mike the race T. J. L. E -

1 betue r 1* the next senator from MAYO AND ALTOS III\\CII.

w.- -.

--1Ctu&1 expenses of making a EAST BJUND.t&
NerW 9t
h.
.the United WCT BOUND- __
States senate will Fri & Fri 4y Pasan
1y heavy. Frt.. & Passes Psasen Paa i, Pea terio.7.
I A
haves
friends,
.
MAKES ass Pass. get Ifer f I L : -ra.-.I
i
e 'rho will aid me In the mat- INa8. No.:. I }oo.l6.Daili .
head Na9.iNa1l4Nal3.i, i I DaIl, :
d ; D.ily'3andySaady
a.the : sufficient money with Daily SsndaySusday .. '
hq, _lIAke the ex..Sun.'ex..Sua.i Osb Onl7 J!__ f- i 1----I I I
n race. I am glad Athletes I PAY.
and Champion I I A. IlL P. 1L A. X. l
14te.that f Workers 1L A.. )(. P. M.
. these kindly Brain P. Y. I I Arrive 'Arrive I A--iv. Arrive i
sup- f Leave Leave' Leave Leave .Ka70JaftC ...._...1 7 5lI: I 8 Z a:
lost sot Oft.-
, People with political know the genuine 9 0&! 4 101 I 9 40 530 801 M
;Ierbli0 p9Mh Or I would not Rely upon Coca-Cola.They tonic without undue ;: t s&I sit i43739'5 53 : : _Peterso.-:::::::::::::: 7 271 i tl ::( i iArlO T2
$iu>p"f accept when bottled serves as a that physically ; : 061 10 031\ : :::::: :::::: .---- -. 7 15. 20. re
( support. They are stimulation and delightfully relieves s 34 a 10 2S 15 0'Ii 00> --..-_AI"" .-_.-.- .m m' ,Lv"wLv 2 111I L. II 1aLv 1 se
have mental Ofi Ar 5 400ArU .m' '
.!Meads. of plain T. J. L. tired feeling and cobwebby dealer !
Fever o ,f .dealre<< common in summer time. See that your Always Connection made at Inwling Park for all trains to and '1f
nothing other or keep it in your refrigerator. I Regular stop. to connections with Otho'T ,""i
ever weir supplies you wbespat up Under For further information as
1 y tld friendship. As awnator remember that the bottled beverage.. AfeMltUly rare i from Live Oak and Perry. connection at Live Oak with ILl
It
1. makes
: ftettlU*C Trains r
a-CU agent. l'l'lines
C
it -.. I could do Authority ot the Fla j can on an' ticket
for 114 them Jacksonvil! Coca-Cola Bottliag Co..MckMniu Seaboard aDd Atlantic Coast Line trams. fI
In return forbel I:' P. 110PIi iNS 9 Tram 3Iaurf'rI
would do nothing. I J. LEE ENSlGpresident.GRIMSIIAW. UperiDt"Dd"Dt.
Hamilton, S.T.
wnpalgn. Interfere Distributors, Suwannee, I
fc behalf'of the state IOak Bottling Works, Taylor and LaFayette Counties-



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.. That the members of the union j
rXlOXTEARED.Believed
to construe the 'last I -s H tInBookk
e= ., hare seen-fii SUMMERnJT

a'' to Be Ia'1"oUtJca.Becoming Powerful clause own liking of the Is constitution evidenced by to the their fact A POPULAR' ,


IIL,June st.-The national that in Mississippi and In other Business Practice Stenography, Typewriting, Tel.-. I
!! Chicago planning ,
branches are
the local .
states the <
both political parties will be conducted at
of
leaders for representation in the legislative and English f!
have lately had their attention directed ,. '" '-
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assembles. 1,
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to the possibility of the Farmers'tnioa mightbe
the results --
An idea x>f what .
,
going Into active politics.White whole de- ;: "" 'e-,::
I; it If the organization as a "= ..;'.
It would perhaps be patting may : J--
politics
Into active
to
cided go
& llttte too strongly to say that they \I the statement that in "'
be had from
alarmed over the possibility Is!
are membership
I it Lu gained a
five years >
the rapid I
Beverbeless true that still growing -
and it is .
[ot a minion men. .
of the organization Is already
growth at a rapid rate. At the present
causing some uneasiness.The -
unions organized
time state and local
tanners union was not organized exist in all the
firm basis
on a
s for political purposes and the southern states and in Iowa. Kansas.

,leaders of the movement Insist that I California and II- '
Oregon
politics will be barred. But this statement -i Ilinois.Nebraska. I s

U not reassuring to the politicians -I

) who remember; how the leadersof THE TEACHINGS OF TREES.

the Farmers Alliance years ago declared I W. Warren.
Bishop Henry
By
there would be no politicians ;
vast
and how a few I I Trees are the crown of the interesting courses of study former
t In the organization i vegetable world, which was the first i for Short Practical and intensely S
'"
l", ; years later the alliance played havoc I living thing the Lord created. Ages work we have the best. Special class in PenmanshiP by theJn9li.
There
J with the older political parties. t but there was and $90.00. '
$75.00
t sent by.
j!of preparation $50.00.
the $40.00.
similarity between Scholarships:
Is a striking !Ino life. Then tender grass.. shrub.
,.
and the old. laj "'--
new organization and tree, each having seed ana

their place of origin purposes and; appeared. I feel very sure UUU.I

growth the two have been almost t observant angels had walked SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLECt

14 nt1cal. t umbrageous shade and heard the

The first farmers alliance had Its!voice of the wind playing on harps'

'' birth in Lampasas county. Texas tal1S1 ;that were alive they would have Cor. Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

: *. The objects>> of this pioneer association 'thought it was a fit and final outcomeof

f were purely tocal. and confined all the ages of creative power.t LIVE OAK FLORIDAI

to defence against: the depreda-i Bat grass and trees were,prophetic. G. S. Smps

; : Lions of cattle land thieves. The :Every bud meant blossom every r 1. M. HATTOX,

t mo..m..tas taken up. however, :; bloom fruit and fruit meant aimalsad I President and ProprietClt't P>i!

i! by other counties, and In ISSi a;*: human life. An this was so t

Farmers State JDKaace was formed' good that God said it was good t aSJiiJti9riliie.iI81 ? .8..8.888.8 8.88..88.8. I.a.iD8..iD.1

1 its declaration of principles Included'"the ; The Lord who made the trees and

education cf the agricultural!i knows their nature represents them .more visible. Let anyone study the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WATT P
'
tames In the serve of economical)with attributes of sensitiveness. Wfcenthe differences of any one family cf trees I

government ta a strictly noa-panisaa word of the Lord has free course E.TBOK4 >II
a'better and he will be well repaid. There c.s.snows. P. When in need of cksw
spirit." ass the deveto&jneat of UK ram ask be glorified all the tr*s different kinds of oaks.

state mentally, morally. of the field shall clap their hands. are Even forty-five the elm around a home have as BROWN & THOMASON. I per call onOJiTON U. n-PmY: I
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socially and financially. When the tyrant of Babylon was laid much individuality as the people In-
meantime, organizations of I i the fir trees and the cedars of
In the low & MEQCS WS&H.
*;, it. One leaves out a week or two & SURGEONS
k- farmers were growing up in the adjacent -I:Lebanon rejoiced. They are made earlier than another acme have PHYSICIANS ,

states. In AtD.n.saSas the" the symbol of the highest thought
<< leaves only at the end of the bough. FLORIDA
wheel so called, which first saw'l1&U.The tree of knowledge stood in Edsa I some are" suddenly o3orescent and uvs OAL : : t .J. MOJContractor

in Western Arkaa- the tree of fife is so vital that
in a school house > and foun-
bend over like a gusling wEsT.
i some DR. J. W.
gas in l I t!. In Louisiana was the; its mere leaves are for the healing tain. of vegetable life that, is blown andApps

Farmers union. Delegates from the:,,of the woes of the groaning nations.,{away Just' before It reaches the Physician and Surgeon. !
r from the How e-giviag Its fruits must be!
latter met with delegates But all are significant, of Ohio Avenue
ground. Canon Building.
Office
; the Lord delight la : pedes
Texas Farmers State Aliance at Want -j. Not on1ydoes infinite
and the
i grace exuberant fife Residency at Ethel HoteL
tit 1SS7. and- out of the two bodies;the trees as outcomes ot his creative I that endows theta and us with Office on Ohio Ana,b C I.
power rt.--=-Qmce.x.a rya.B.od .
Farmers endo..ed.i1h
I was formed the National power a virility aad joy.-Ep..arth Herald. _..Iron se 16SDrse
alliance and Co-Oper&tiTe1:1&1oa of: gating energy but aU sett-pl'Opa-\\ Sae.(BarduA C-)2 -IL
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America At Meridian. Piss. Deceot- like lam delight i* A. D. Hemming went down to Fen- .
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= bee 5. 1SSS. was held a convention a whole volume of poems on hoUoway yesterday and 'will look M.E.. BROOME, DR.CHA&E.TWVETERINJ

between this organization and the tains Yen have done their moan-J. I over the springs there today with a i
Wheel and expression, bat oar little
National Agricultural
ri Tie.to extensive improvements.
from it was evolved the Farmers andLaborers' words, designed; to express our Et- have marked medicinal: ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW =
These springs
the Oe human wants do not rito the = SoBeits
Union of AmericaAt LIVE FLOEIDA. jour
OAT. :
time much
heights of mountain grandeur. It properties and were at one at residence-n e r
I
held In Sti < Z
next annual meeting frequented by visitors In search of WiD pnctx a all the e.rlss the State. 8IJeieI -
The
book. subjectIs
the name of thatorganization Is a disappointing a2teatao. se. "Ca..tII"Etc. aw s.oa, Coiseeetia ,
Louis in 1SS9 - < <
too great for our expression It.health. Xr. Hemming and CoL Frank ., AS bows j n nptlydte. att
which had now spread] .
over the sautii and a large part of j'I:can be felt bnt not told. Trees are I Drew propose to build them up again hors PCKJC Stars AS LABCZ. TJ. Ln] !
fs changedI I'[! diSerent. Their willowy forms and by putting in modern faculties and .
northwest, was
and
the west
!|articulate breathings seem just fit for I Ii several Live Oak businessmen have M. DIXON PnctsziWATCHMAKER
the National Farmers.AI- ,
to that of
i i expression rn rhythmical verse. sig&iaed their intention of buying L.
i
Hance and Industrial union, a name'I I
I Hence all poets are lovers of trees. I tots there and building at once. ID
-' bddt., tt continued to be known, DENTIST.
I know over sixty of them that have opens*
35s
Its dissolution some years later
until
r |been repeating the woodland songs Tomorrow Is the date for the big S. c
i
to revived la the populist party. OKTODONTIA : CBOWK : AM : BBIDGXi Good stock>f Wteba .
!
i Some of them write of many sorts i Masonic picnic and celebration atWelibors
As before stated the origin and' i oax.. : SPEa .LTms.I .
of trees. Where else can we go for and from what the Democrat

R 9 history of the J"a.rmen'Bi.&Ke and' symbols of willowy grace firm rooted I can learn and knows of the good ,I
the Farmers union, present many I
strength that tempests only I
,people of that section of. the county
points of striking similarity. ;strengthen, for victors wreaths and it will be a grand success There win
like the older organization; the CUNION&Wholesale MIlKS
pahns of triumph! be an old-fashion basket dinner

Farmers tales bad Its origin' in j W1-.at.ealth of suggestion: of the ed under the shade of the &en-I

Texas It was Is Raises county that: richness o human nature they o2er '
: oaks and with a splendid programto
state that tern mea met on August The brier's true nature is shown by and RetailDeSlersinFlori
; I to entertain, all win nave a. pleasant !. .+
28, 150%. and formed,aa organization j the rose I I
and enjoyable day. Wellborn
to be called: the Farmers union. The. The trees's when, its bareness proceeds i :
picnics are always a success and this
? object>> aN alms of the organization to disclose -
I cue will prove no exception from the
were set forth, in the following constitution Its burgeoning buds far-flung fras-
general rule. da and WesternMEATS
: meats and fruit. I bLs J
an tamed bJ "
L To discourage as much as poe' If a trees's nature Is so rich wLitmast i tJo: .or if T abbeartcc
The following figures tell a part plla
sable the present mortgage and credit! be man's Even the lowliest d i
of the story rezardiag the effects of d p;
system. 1 Sower has its language. The violet : cf J
Upuor drinking and temperance b !
To assist oar members in baying' is as vocal as the rose. The lower - 1 ea
the United States : .
army: .
and se uing. needs bat send a blossom to give his ; ezund--swc'' aid pcheart.
Desertions 1S47-1S74, 20.3 Phone 24. tJIl-!: "
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5. To labor: for the education of! passioa expression. James Russell j t Tss ; glil1I! ;
ceat. I hAs win Ls: sills
the agricultural classes in the science !Lowell used to came home from hia'] bscia*"
Sale of liquor in the army prohib- Has tbt bent
of crop fiiversifcatioa: & aid sdeatiSc.,absences and go out and shake bands j Prompt deliverie
ited ia 177.Desertions. ec
culture. ||,with the lower branches of his belov-j
: ; Kodo1For
ISIS-lsSl S.4 percent,
4. To constantly strive to: secure.\,ed trees. Did they rejoice in his re-1 canteen estahHsaed. 1SS9. anywhere in the
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entire harmony and good win among ,turn! Who saaB say they did not j ji
I Trials by court martial. in 119.1.t *
aU m Ski T1 and brotherly: lose i r Flowers ,po.better for those that 15. DyspeP

among ourselves. ':lose tK yi. "A sensitive: plant la a;1 Canteen aiKKisted, 1loLTrials t! City. tI1II: *: 1

5. To fora a more adequate'garden grew." Are sot all paaatssensitive ]i i by court martial ia 1906 a--ests what ym es:
: and
? A3 sensitive souls go into i cf tae best jS ?
union with those ta aataorttv for amore 584- sire.-h and bs-l frU'

rigid and impartiat eaforceraeat the woods for sympathy. Bryant I bo Fcrl=i* s 9>
"" the woods have a voice for every :; ; DRINDLaxative na.\ fra fSfS
of the law that crime vice asd immortality says HOlt C. E. Hughes the : Sr
phase of huz aa feeling and Lanier!! governor e=i>raa 6 a= -*.
May be sappresse&t. < I,of XeYork., is the founder of thei :i...T "

It wos d gamer the tears of says: great Young Men's Bible Class of the 3f the S5 xm -

the distressed, the blood of the x&artjrs Isto the woods ay Master west (Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church. .-It.-!;

the laugater of ia&oceat c id- clean Jorspeat, fors;rent :New York. City. Fruit 8yro[I bad Lam"" tats i..e.RD.ca.t
V Z I sust
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ren. the sweat of honest labor and God's people are called: a braaca I ; fEe Jlf1

tie virtues of a happy home as thebrightest of his planting la. striving:: to express : The Miami Metropolis says that* Pleasant to take ...;j1 S.
..dissa5sti
jewels know* the taiaite fuRsess of: the nature two years and a half from BOW Is the .......1 .;P

7This is BO pow party aid. of Christ, a score of names areborrowed time set by tae East Coast RailwayCa ; The new laxative. Does ;.nM 1IIiiT A 1

shag forever ab stall from em so. from tie UrtEg. expaadiagworld :' for ruaalag Its first tiroaga: not gripe cr nauseate. Y

mach as a won of partyisa. to vegetable life True be- ran to Key West Digests WbSt.r

Yet we do not fed it right to place .Eevers are grafted Into the true six Cures stomach and liver

shekels upon the lambs or a padlock : What i2expressbe wealth of thought Chile ad Diarrhoea. troubles and chronic ..r=- .,

aoa the rn of any one wio and Imagery would be lost out of -Pans fa the stamacb, fie, aadgarrt'ffa con- ta4., ..- -- t I I'a'

say wish toe discuss for e&xeatieaal the Bible if the.vegetable woriweze< are quickly relieved by theuse .. stipaticn by restoring the City ph
science:: of goves-usest. The
purposes voace ssFortuaaseiy- i of--Caaat r.aia s 'CoUc. Cholera natural acticaof
for upon this rock all fcaportaatstructures this widespread volume -- and Diarrhoea Eraedy. For sale by stomach -

must rest for either xaeatal Is opeft to anyone who is able Barclay Groover, and an drug liver and bowels. FOLEYSn

moral or ffajucfal deveiopaeat. to read. Tfee overbea ag sky is not gists. a.u..ssbiPrics 50o. ". r ..,.




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